There are many reasons you'd want wood flooring in your home. It has a natural beauty that adds warmth and charm to any space.

It also has numerous benefits, such as adding value to your property, versatility for any decor, and a long lifespan. Most of all, it's cost-effective, especially when you factor in the long life.

There are three wood trends this year that are our particular favorites. Since hardwood is timeless, you can expect the trends to never go out of style.

Unique layouts

Planks can be arranged in layouts, such as herringbone, chevron, diagonal, etc. The flooring experts at our hardwood flooring company will advise you of the possibilities.

Right now, wide planks are all the rage. However, if your room is too small or narrow, consider another layout: random width floors.

Random widths are groups of three planks in three different sizes. Designers use them to create layouts that can visually enlarge and elongate a room.

Rustic textures

Textures are what put the finishing touches on any wood floor. Both wire-brushed and hand-scraped have a rustic and slightly distressed look.

Come into our showroom to learn more about textures. They're in both our engineered and solid hardwood flooring collections.

Engineered hardwood

Hardwood has two versions. Engineered looks similar to solid; you’ll have your beautiful wood floors with undertones, knots, grains, swirls, etc.

The construction, however, is different. Unlike solid, which is one-thickness, engineered wood is layered. That results in a more stable floor and better water handling.

Also, solid and engineered wood flooring adds value to your property and can be refinished.

Award-winning flooring retailer and installer in upstate SC

Experience matters, and you'll get over 30 years of it at All About Flooring. We'll make sure you choose the right hardwood flooring for your home.

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. Come in today to see collections from Hallmark. Karastan-Belle-Luxe, Azalea Lane and more. We work with homeowners and businesses in Greer, Simpsonville, Easley, Travelers Rest, Fountain Inn, and Mauldin.